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|MG1011 |Introduction to Management Enquiry |

|Task 1 |(Giving a presentation) |

Marking scheme for this Task

This document provides you with detailed criteria that will be used in marking the work for this Task. The format/type of this marking scheme, which is also used as feedback to you on your performance, follows that which the University regards as an “example of good practice in coursework specification and feedback documentation” (Milligan, 2007).

You will be provided with formal feedback by way of a grade only. You cannot ask for, or be given, a mark for this piece of work; the rules and regulations of the University do not permit us to do so. (You will receive an overall grade for this module only after the meeting of the Board of Examiners; the Board meets only once a year, in July.) This feedback will be given to you within twenty-five working days of the deadline, in accordance with the rules and regulations of the School (which apply to all items of coursework, regardless of module or level). Although your work will not be returned to you, you may like to discuss your skills and abilities further. If so, then you should arrange a meeting with the seminar leader (or the module leader if your seminar leader is not available). If you wish to discuss the actual work (or, in the case of Task 1, your performance) itself, you will need to bring along a copy of your coursework (you should always keep a copy of all work; we expect students, especially in this discipline, to keep accurate and full records!). You should note that your seminar leader will not be permitted to tell you what marks were awarded for each section, or the final mark given for this item of coursework. However, discussing your work in detail, via a one-to-one meeting, may provide insights in addition to that provided via the feedback form below.

|Content: correctness and completeness of material; use of relevant examples and concepts; links with the |grade |35% | |academic literature |descriptor | | |You demonstrated evidence of comprehensive research into the subject matter. Your assessment of the |A |70-100 marks| |qualities of the subject(s) chosen, and their effectiveness (or otherwise) as managers was excellent, in | | | |part or wholly because of the excellent links that you made between this and your excellent understanding | | | |of, and reference to, the relevant concepts in the business/management literature. There were indications | | | |of originality in what you either included or omitted. | | | |You demonstrated evidence of very good research into the subject matter. Your assessment of the qualities |B |60-69 marks | |of the subject(s) chosen, and their effectiveness (or otherwise) as managers was very good, in part or | | | |wholly because of the very good links that you made between this and your very good understanding of, and | | | |reference to, the relevant concepts in the business/management literature. | | | |You demonstrated evidence of good research into the subject matter. Your assessment of the qualities of the|C |50-59 marks | |subject(s) chosen, and their effectiveness (or otherwise) as managers was good, in part or wholly because of| | | |the good links that you made between this and your good understanding of, and reference to, the relevant...
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